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Drake posted and deleted an Instagram calling Paul George scared.

By Extra Mustard
April 27, 2016

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Drake was sitting front and center for the Raptors crucial, come-from-behind Game 5 victory over the Pacers and the rapper took full advantage of being that close to the action.

Rodney Stuckey fell at Drake’s feet, turning the ball over to Toronto as the team mounted a fourth-quarter comeback, and Drake got very excited, and very close to the Indiana guard.

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​After the game the Views from the 6 MC briefly posted an Instagram taunting Pacers star Paul George, before deleting the image, which was captured for posterity by SBNation.

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Paul George did have 39 points for the Pacers, which does not seem like a very scared performance, although in Drake’s defense, the small forward went one for three in the game's final quarter as the Raptors erased a 13-point deficit. 

– Brendan Maloy

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